Small bumps on fingers eczema

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Avatar n tn Allergic reaction can occur to strong soaps, Solvents, chemicals, certain foods, food additives, plants, metals, cosmetics, even urine and faeces of some animals (dust mites). Scabies is an infestation by the itch mite. Scabies produces small red bumps and blisters and affects specific areas of the body. Scabies may involve the webs between the fingers, the wrists or other folds of body. Rash in scabies is usually found in the folds of skin and they are red blister like rashes.
Avatar n tn A common type of hand eczema, called dyshidrotic eczema which occurs only on palms, soles, and sides of fingers and toes. Tiny opaque bumps called vesicles, thickening, and cracks are accompanied by itching. This itching gets worse at night and in warm weather. The pus filled lesions could be due to staphylococcus aureus, which is responsible for most skin infections. Eczema, basically, is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the upper layers of the skin.
Avatar n tn Hello, for the last few years I have periodically been getting very small bumps on my fingertips, usually one at a time. They aren't blisters - they're pretty much the same color as the surrounding skin (a little bit redder) and do not appear to be fluid-filled. They are quite painful to touch. In the last month or so, I've gotten them on almost all of my fingers, and I now have a couple on the palms of my hands. They usually last a few days and then go away.
Avatar m tn Hello, The small itchy bumps on your fingers can be due to contact dermatitis or dyshidrotic eczema. For the itchy bumps, take antihistaminics like Benadryl(causes drowsiness) and Claritin and apply some calamine lotion on the rashes as it helps in soothing the skin.You can also apply mild steroid cream on the rash.If the symptoms persists then oral steroids may be needed which are available on prescription. Also keep the area well moisturized with good moisturiers.
Avatar f tn I can understand your concern for these small bumps on your fingers. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations but one possibility for such bumps would be colloid milium. It is characterized by dome-shaped translucent papules on the hands. They can occur after trauma arising from eccrine sweat ducts on the back of hands or on fingers. Other possibility that should be ruled out is of lichen nitidus.
Avatar f tn For the past few months, actually since december or so, i've noticed these small bumps on my left two fingers....what are they? i tried researching different skin diseases, but so far none of them match what i have on my skin. I tried popping them with a needle and it just bled a little, but they still look like they're there. Can somebody please tell me what they are?
Avatar f tn Pompholyx is also called dyshidrotic eczema and presents as itchy, small painful blisters on palms and fingers. I would suggest a dermatologist’s evaluation for the same. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your dermatologist. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Avatar f tn Hello, For about 8 month I have been having very small water bumps on my fingers on both hands, the water bumps seem to be in the middle and the sides of each and every finger, they itch a lot and if I were to pop them a small amount of watery liquid would come out. And after a while area that has been popt would dry out and pill off. It also seems like the more time passes by, these watery bumps get more on my figures and spared more and itch more.
Avatar n tn I have a high tolerance to pain but those bumps are so sore when they come that it is as if I have used a disk sander on my fingers. It odd to as to how they come on the sides of only the two fingers on each hand . I had them looked at one at the local ER but that was when I had the bad one on the right hand . They had concern for the finger as like I mentioned that one had basically destroyed the tissue beneath it very near to the bone. That tissue never came back.
Avatar n tn For the last 20 years I have gotten small red bumps on the sides of my fingers. They don't blister. They start out as one or two and then I might get a few more and they seem to cluster up on only the sides of my fingers. They are not itchy but they are sore to the touch when you run your finger over them. It feels like you have a splinter. They are slightly raised and red in color. They will stay for varying lengths of time and then dry up and go away.
Avatar f tn I've been having these tiny bumps on my fingers for about 3 months, two on my index and one on my thumb. It's not a wart, it's never itchy. I only have three. I've tried looking up on google on what it is, but i couldn't find out what it is. Does anyone know what this is?
Avatar n tn I have little bumps on my fingers that are very itchy. I think it's cause by water or something. Can someone help. This already start on one of my fingers and it looks like its spreading.
Avatar f tn Within the last week I’ve had this small, tender bumps pop up all over my fingers. They do not itch, but they’re very tender. Maybe some sore of eczema or dermatitis?
Avatar n tn OMG I really thought i was the only one!!! I have had these small itchy and they even hurt at times bumps on my fingers and palms on and off for about 15 years now and it would usually happen in warmer weather but now i get them year round!! i have also now just this week got lilttle red dots on my elbows and some seemed to be on my knees last night!!! I really hope it is not eczema.. thats what derm told me it was on my hands but then why does it come and go??? to weird!!
Avatar n tn Every once in a while, I will wake up with these small, slightly red, sometimes itchy bumps on my fingers. They tend to form in clusters. They kind of hurt when I press on them. There is no pus or anything in them. They are very tiny, but can range in size from 1/2mm to about 1 or 2 mm. They are hardly noticeable at all. They tend to go away pretty fast (especially if I don't itch them). I have been getting them nearly all my life.
Avatar n tn itchy bumps on outer elbows, skin-colored small bumps on sides of fingers. I visited a dermatologist who recommended anti-histamines which had some positive effect. The bumps on the sides of the fingers seem to be triggered by summer heat. But they also increase in number whenever my elbows become more effected and itchy.
Avatar m tn For a few months, I have been getting bumps on my fingers and palms that itch (especially in the morning). They grow to a point, then begin to harden, flake, and heal. After healing, I notice a loss of flesh / muscle at the point at which the growth occured. Each spot will last for a few weeks before healing and disappearing. It's driving me crazy. Any recomendations?
Avatar f tn I have recently found that i have broken out with little bumps on my fingers. I originally thought it might be scabies but none of the pictures match what this looks like. There is no redness and no rash. The bumps feel swollen and seem to be popping up on my other hand now. I never have experienced allergies but I am now wondering if that may be the case or if it is something else.
Avatar f tn Ok for several years now, off and on, I've been having these patches of painful small red bumps that appear on my fingers and hands. They "seem" to appear around my period, and are hard, not filled, and when they disappear the leave the skin peeling sometimes. They hurt when you press on them, they seem worse sometimes more then other times. My family doctor has no idea. They hurt and look unsightly, I wish I knew what causes them and how to get them go away, for good!
Avatar n tn Dr., I have been getting small red bumps and or blisters on my palms, fingers and sides of hands for several years (7-8). The red bumps appear larger than the small blisters. The blisters are only about the size of a pen tip, and the red bumps are slightly larger. the bumps do not hurt, but the blisters do only when direct pressure is applied to them.They appear on both hands/fingers in random areas and pop up without warning.They can appear single or in multiples.
Avatar n tn I have about 3 small bumps in between my thumb and index finger. They are grouped together. I dont have any other bumps anywhere else. I have never had warts before, so I dont know if thats what this is. They are very itchy, red, and rough.
Avatar n tn So the past few months I have slowly started to get random small mm size bumps on my hands (mostly bottom side of fingers and on palms except for the first one which was a little larger on the top of my index finger knuckle) and one stray on the bottom of my foot. They don't burst or anything and they don't come out together. I have slowly gotten more as time as gone on.
Avatar f tn Hi, I have been working in fast food for a few years now and whenever I do the dishes i get these little clear bumps all around my fingers and down my arms they are extremely itchy and are driving me insane. I've been trying to find solutions but everything I try is not working or not working fast enough. If you squeeze them a clear (almost like oil) liquid comes out. Please help me figure out what this is.
Avatar n tn Is it possible to get herpes on your palms or fingers only? I get small red bumps/ clear blisters randomly on my palms and fingers. I thought it may be pompholyx, but they do not itch. They do not break open. They appear they will go away in 2-3 days or some may take 3-4 weeks. They are about the size of a pen point and usually appear on one or both hands during an out break. They can then go away for months at a time.
Avatar f tn All of a sudden I have very bad eczema on my hand causing small bumps on my palm and two fingers and now have lots of bumps on my vagina are they linked?
Avatar n tn Hello, I recently moved to a dry climate and have been having problems with very small (1 mm) fluid filled bumps on the plam of my hands and sometimes the tips of my fingers. The bumps itch somewhat initially until I open them and a small amount of clear fluid is released. Then they heal and are fine. I have had this condition before but never quite to this extent as they are now very common on my palms. Is this caused by dry skin or a fungus? How should I treat it? Thank you!